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    • by Orrymain
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      In Stargate Atlantis: Infection, an episode from the end of the fifth and last season of this series, the wraith Todd, portrayed by Christopher Heyerdahl, returns. He’s helping Dr. Jennifer Keller (Jewel Staite) with the gene/drug therapy that would curb the wraith’s need to feed on humans. Something goes wrong, and many of Todd’s

      crew dies.

      This entire story, while important to the gigantic story that is Stargate Atlantis, just feels like a waste of time. Watching the show is like trudging through mud and not making any progress. It’s just a waste of time. I’m not interested in the wraith, who just don’t do anything for my ...


      • viewing pleasure. Though their zombie like appearance isn’t quite as whitewashed and eerie as when the show began, they still don’t have any aesthetic quality to them, nor do they have the magnetism of some of the Goa’uld who infested the world of Stargate SG-1.

        Heyerdahl struts his stuff here well enough. He plays a

        variety of different emotions, but since I don’t care about his character, it really doesn’t mean much to me.

        There really isn’t anything that stands out as being bad, but neither is there anything that seems good to me, either. I’m very much indifferent about this Infection episode. It just exists, and I’ll probably never watch it again.




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